We’re two days away from camp! Online registration is now closed, but you can still sign up on-site Monday morning. See you then!
It’s hard to believe, but camp is only one week away! So exciting! A small army of volunteers and staff is busy making final preparations—putting the final touches on daily programs, finishing the stage set, rehearsing songs, editing videos, getting game equipment together, etc. It’s going to be a fun, fantastic week!
While most folks were off enjoying cookouts and other restful activities on Memorial Day, the Summer Celebration team was working hard ... well, if you consider filming Douglas’ visit to a farm and laughing a lot “working hard.” I can’t give away too many secrets about the video, but here’s a photo of our intrepid Mr. Doogleberry blending into the environment and interacting with the locals. Truly remarkable. Is there anything Douglas CAN’T do?!?!
Here’s a sneak peek at our T-shirt design for campers (first two photos, front and back of shirts pictured) and volunteers. As always, Hannah Stogsdill, CLC’s graphic designer extraordinaire, did a great job. Thanks, Hannah!
On Saturday, I got my first glimpse of the stage set. The set is being built by Frederick Depp and his sons in a large barn loft on the Probey family’s farm, a beautiful spread on the rolling hills of Mt. Airy. Many thanks to the Depps for leading the construction and the Probeys for allowing us to use their space! I’ve included a sneak peek at the first set piece with some photos below ...
Here’s a shot of the first set piece that has been built.
Here’s (L to R) Frederick and his sons, Jonathan and Jeremy. Thanks guys!
Here are Brielle’s sketches for the entire stage set. If you take out your detective magnifying glass and look closely, you can see what we’re up to. Hint: Think typical city street in the 1940s/‘50s.